Information about creating an account in the system.
Information about mapping and configuring your farm.
Allows you to view the status of your farms.
Entering paddock specific operations and inputs.
Manage grain stocks, sales and contracts.
View and create reports based on your diary operations.
Edit account details and link to your advisor.
Advisor reporting with recommendations and observations.
Advisor/grower communication through messages.
Track crop development, operations and seasonal climate.
Accurate paddock specific yield simulations
View seasonal climate parameters for your farm.
Monitor your farms drought severity status
View rainfall forecasts for the coming season.
Yield & production forecast comparisons & benchmarking.
Profile your farms productive history.
Determine paddock specific gross margins
Advisor report template configuration.
Advisor interface for grower management, reporting & communication.
View and manage all recommendation reports created for your clients.
Frequently Asked Questions
A new user to the system is required to register their details to create an account. This account is where all user information is securely stored and will enable access via a login to ProductionWise from any web enabled computer or tablet device.
The ProductionWise Farm Manager app is available to iOS and Android devices. Please go to the App Store or Play Store to download the app to enable paddock operation recording when out in the field. A registered account must have farms and mapped paddocks setup prior to entering paddock operations through the ProductionWise app.
Enables you to easily configure your farm, map your paddocks, on-farm grain storage facilities and other farm infrastructure. You can print these mapped features including any option of Google base layer using your web-browser print function (See Image Below).
The image viewer in My Farm allows all editing of farm features to identify and map all paddocks and grain storage infrastructure on your farm(s). All new users are taken to this page to complete the initial farm setup process, which is a key requirement of using ProductionWise. Mapping your farm's paddocks and grain storage allows ProductionWise to calculate areas, volumes and locations of all your farm features. It is critical this process is done correctly the first time, and once complete, you should not have to revisit this page unless you wish to add a new paddock or grain storage infrastructure to your farm or when you would like to add a new farm to your account.
ProductionWise uses Google Maps as a reference layer to provide high resolution spatial imagery for accurate geolocation. Unfortunately, some rural regions do not have up-to-date imagery and many discernable farm features such as fences, sheds or silos are not visible. We suggest that in this case, every effort be made by the user to accurately position paddock boundaries and storage silos using the information available.
The following steps outline the process involved with setting up a farm and digitising paddocks, grain storage details and highlighting other farm infrastructure. A farm is identified as a consolidated group of paddocks limited by a maximum paddock-to-paddock distance of no greater than 5km. This ensures climatic information provided is located centrally to each individual farm enterprise. Additional farms may be added to ProductionWise to manage multi-farm operations and each additional farm will have relevant climatic information pertaining to the spatial location of that farm.
ProductionWise requires you to specify the farm name that all paddocks, grain storages and other farm infrastructure will be associated to. Mapping of the farm/property boundary is not required in ProductionWise. The address details entered during the user registration provide the default map viewer location to get you started in setting up your farm.
Please note that deleting a farm removes all associated paddocks, grain storages and data entered for that farm.
When adding additional farms to your account, the image viewer will default to the property address details originally assigned in the registration process. Use the map tools to navigate to your new location to enter other farms.
Follow the steps above to add new farms.
View Farm Details
ProductionWise uses the best available national soils data layer to provide a dominant soil type and average plant available water capacity (PAWC) for any location. This provides an indication of the soil type in your region and the average capacity of the specified soil type to hold water.
Once one or more paddocks are mapped, a dominant soil type is automatically assigned to your farm. These details of a mapped farm including a summary of area, number of paddocks mapped and number of storages and can be viewed on the My Paddocks page through the Farm selector at the top of the page.
This information is provided at farm level and is used to provide an indicative soil type/profile capacity for your location. This information is also used to calculate soil moisture percentage for your farm (AUS Only).
Once a farm has been specified, you can map the arable paddocks of that farm. This can only be done from the My Farm page. ProductionWise supports pasture/grazing operations in a limited capacity and should not be used solely to manage livestock operations. Paddock digitising should be limited to arable cropped paddocks only. There is a maximum limit of 2,000ha per paddock and a limit of 70 paddocks per farm. These limits are provided to ensure system stability and user functionality throughout ProductionWise. Total area limits apply depending on the free or subscription level of the user account (AUS Only). Please refer to PRICING for total area allocations for each user account type.
Map a Paddock
Map a Pivot
Follow the steps outlined above to map centre pivots by using a series of closely spaced points to give the desired effect of a curve (See Image Below). If you find you were not very accurate after finishing the shape, edit the shape to adjust the points. It can be much easier moving the points in the editing mode than trying to get it right the first time.
Edit/Delete a Paddock
View Paddock Details
Once a paddock is mapped, key topographic parameters are attributed to your paddock from background spatial layers (See Image Below) detailing the average elevation (height above mean sea level), average slope (degrees) and dominant aspect (compass bearing direction) and selected APSIM soil characterisation type (AUS Only) . These details of a paddock can be viewed on the My Paddocks page via the paddock selector at the top of the page.
Users can view how much of their account paddock area allocation has been mapped in the My Account details.
Users can identify and map on-farm grain storage facilities which are used in ProductionWise to manage stored grain quantities, record grain handling practices and operations to assist with grain budgets and contract requirements. A maximum number of 30 grain storage silos can be positioned per farm. The grain storage mapping functionality is for on-farm storage only and local depots and/or adjacent farm storages should not be mapped using this functionality.
Repeat the above steps to map additional grain storage infrastructure.
NOTE: Deleting a grain storage removes all data associated with it.
Other farm details can be added to the map viewer showing important farm infrastructure, regions of interest or point specific details (See Image Below). These features can be added/edited to the map in full screen mode and can be toggled on/off in the map viewer using the layer control to customise an appropriate map for viewing or printing. Unlike the mapping of paddocks and storage facilities, these other map features have no further reference elsewhere in ProductionWise and are solely to assist farmers to facilitate farm planning and management of other farm features.
Draw enclosed farm features to identify vegetation stands, rock outcrops (See Image Below), waterlogged areas, saltpans etc
Draw linear farm features to identify pipelines (See Image Below), windbreaks, fences etc
Draw circular farm features to identify the extents of pivots, dams etc
Draw enclosed regular farm features to identify sheds, dams etc
Place markers on the map to identify soil test locations, water points, gates etc
Click Cancel to exit without saving
Printing your farm map is a simple way to show farm features and provide as a useful reference elsewhere. The print functionality is completed through the web browser you are accessing ProductionWise from. The following steps outline the basic process of printing a farm map.
NOTE: Print quality will vary slightly based on different web browsers, browser versions and printer settings.
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My Farm is your home page and provides a ‘dashboard’ view of your selected farms paddocks, silos and grain summary, based on the information provided when configuring your farm and operations entered in the My Paddocks and My Grain pages (See image Below).
Modifications to the mapping such as creating, editing or deleting farms, paddocks, grain storages or other farm features can only be done through the My Farm page. This can be done by entering the map viewer by either the EDIT FARM button above the map viewer or the EXPAND button in the bottom right of the map viewer.
Users can view the following information from the My Farm page:
If multiple farms have been setup, the user can toggle between farms simply by selecting the farm drop down menu in the top left above the image screen.
The content pages are listed on the left hand side of the screen and can be clicked to take you to the desired page (See Image Below). This is the interface whereby users can change the pages they are wanting to view. All 'Management' and 'Advisor' pages can be viewed by all users. Users that have subscribed to the integrated decision support tools will be able to view the 'Tools' listed. Any user that has linked their ProductionWise account to a SprayWise account, will be able to access the SprayPlannerTM using the SprayWise icon.
ProductionWise uses the best available national soils data layer to provide a dominant soil type and average plant available water capacity (PAWC) for any location. This provides an indication of the soil type in your region and the average capacity of the specified soil type to hold water. This information is utilised to assess the indicative soil moisture for your farm in the decision support tools.
To view the dominant soil type and PAWC details of the soil that has been determined for your selected farm, click and hold the farm selector.
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The My Paddocks page allows users to enter their paddock management practices for the current growing window, future growing windows and historically back to 1984.
Paddock Summary table lists all paddocks currently mapped on the selected farm. Coloured text and icons indicate if the corresponding paddock has had the relevant information entered. The Paddock Summary table provides a status of each paddock for the current point in time detailing;
Paddock operations can be entered in two ways. Single Paddock Mode or Multiple Paddock Mode which is selected by the toggle buttons above the list of paddocks.
Paddocks can be filtered based on paddock name or crop type to assist with multiple paddock selections from a large list of paddocks. Alternatively, the paddock list can be sorted based on paddock name, paddock area or sown crop type.
All information entered into My Paddocks is fully exportable to spreadsheet (.csv) format for external use or analysis via the My Reports page.
The paddock diary page enables growers to select between paddock using the top paddock selector. Paddock specific details including Arable Area, Elevation, Slope, Aspect and APSIM Soil Type (AUS only) are automatically provided to give topographical information about each paddock (See Image Below). A notification of the number of new recommendations submitted by your adviser will appear if they are available.
The Paddock Diary is were users can enter, edit, view or delete paddock operations, inputs and observations on a paddock by paddock basis. All paddock operations and observations are listed in chronological order based on the growing window selected. Summary details for each operation are provided on the Paddock Diary page. Full details of an operation can be viewed by clicking on the operation row to expand the details. Paddock operations are colour coded depending on their status enabling the user to reference specific operations or items that require actioning (See Image Below).
When entering operations in My Paddocks, users can define how much information they would like to enter. System required information is denoted by an asterix '*' symbol, information used to calculate Gross Margin will be denoted by '$' symbol and information that is required to run APSIM simulations (AUS Only) visible in the Crop Tracker tool, are denoted by 'CT' symbol. The following details are an example of the fields that can be captured for a sowing operation.
For some operations, inputs and associated information can be added. Operations can have multiple inputs if required.
Entering Paddock Operations
The Paddock Summary table provides a listing of all paddocks mapped for the selected farm. For each paddock, details of name, area, sown status with details, harvest status, latest operation recorded and PYCAL (Maximum potential yield) are displayed as an overview of the details and status of each paddock. This view provides a simple and effective way for determining where paddock data is required to be entered.
Paddock operations can be entered into My Paddocks as either a single paddock entry or a multiple paddock entry to facilitate quick and efficient record keeping. ProductionWise does not allow uploading of farm data from other farm management software. Every effort has been made to enable users to enter farm data in a logical, concise and efficient manner to reduce downtime that is often associated with data entry. The ProductioWise App provides growers the ability to enter paddock operations on the run to remove data entry at night.
Paddock operations are automatically grouped into a 'growing window' defined by the period between one harvest and the next. Any operation entered is automatically placed into the growing windows based on operation date. Each growing window is defined by the crop sown and the year with which the crop is sown. The growing window is terminated by either a grain harvest, forage harvest or grazing operation or a combination of each. This ensures growers accurately capture the costs associated with fallow management, pre-sowing preparation, in-season operation costs and income streams from the crop in question through the gross margins page.
Operations and inputs can be entered into the future to scenario plan or generate prescriptions for each paddock. Simply enter operations with a future date and the operation will slot into the appropriate growing window. Planned growing windows appear in the Growing Window selector at the top of the My Paddocks paddock diary page. The Growing window selector also provides a visual reference for determining crop rotations for each paddock.
The paddock diary can be sorted based on the date of the operations to assist with viewing most recent or oldest operations performed on a paddock.
Select Single Paddock Mode under Paddock Summary
Users can record observations of crop growth stage and crop density including the level of crop stress (if evident) and any pests, weeds or diseases in a paddock. Biotic stress types are prepopulated with extensive databases or weeds, pests and diseases for consistency and accurate record keeping. Observations with Crop Density will affect APSIM simulations in the Crop Tracker page.
Grain Harvest Operation
Data Entry - Multiple Paddock Mode
Select Multiple Paddock Mode under Paddock Summary
To select multiple paddocks, click on the paddock row you wish to enter the same details for. The check box on the left hand side will have a tick appear.
Data entry is identicle to Single Paddock Mode as described above.
To select all paddocks, check the top box. To deselect all paddocks, uncheck this box.
To filter the paddocks by name or sown crop, simply type in the filter and the paddock list will filter based on the search. This provides the ability to enter an operation to multiple paddocks based on crop sown for example.
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My Grain enables users to record and manage grain stocks, handling operations, sales and contracts through an integrated cross-farm transaction system. It also provides an efficient way to view the current fill status of your on-farm grain storage and view all grain handling and management actions to provide a comprehensive log of on-farm grain handling operations. My Grain provides the ability to record all grain sales and contracts to facilitate outgoing grain record keeping. Keeping track of grain movement in My Grain provides full transparency of grain across farms to ensure traceability and grain quality integrity.
The My Grain summary page provides a current status of the grain storage sources available for your account. All grain storage locations across all farms in your ProductionWise account are accessible to enable cross-farm grain handling and the ability to record grain sales and contracts from all sources.
If no storage locations are setup for your account, go to My Farm, click Edit Farm and map your grain storages by clicking the Storage button.
To record off-farm storage, place a storage location at the entrance to your farm and name it accordingly. e.g. Local depot. This will enable you to add grain to this location to keep track the off-site grain available to you. If multiple depots are used, place as many locations as required.
The My Grain Summary page provides a list of grain sources (showing grain storages and/or available grain harvests) that can be grouped by Farm, Crop Type or Variety to assist with managing your grain (See image below). Grain storage locations are represented by a dark blue Shed icon. An overview of your total stored grain is illustrated through the Grain Distribution chart and is updated as the grain storage group is changed. This identifies the breakdown of grain sources currently available. Users can view any grain sales that have been recorded in the last six months from the Grain Sales chart. This provides a visual graphic of the daily revenue received from recorded grain sales for the last six months.
Grain sources on the My Grain page exist as either grain harvest operations which have been recorded in My Paddocks or grain that currently resides in any one of your grain storages.
Paddock specific grain harvest details are green coloured that appear at the top of the group. Harvest details include paddock name, farm name, variety, crop type, grade and harvested quantity (based on yield and harvested area) (See image below). This enables the user to action harvests by either ‘Transfer’ into a storage location, ‘Sell’ directly to a cash sale or ‘Remove’ from the list and ignore. Only harvest operations that have occurred in the last two years will appear in the list. Once grain harvest sources have been 100% transferred or sold, they no longer appear in the list of grain sources.
For storage locations that do not have grain stored, an empty fill status will be shown (See image below). Using the 'Fill' activity, grain can be moved into a silo from an external source. To add grain to a listed storage from either an available harvest operation or from another grain storage location, use the 'Transfer' operation and select the tonnage to be transferred.
For storage locations that currently have an active grain fill status, details of the grain including variety, crop type and grade, stored quantity and the last operation recorded (including date) will be visible (See image below). The options to 'Transfer' or 'Sell' grain from this storage location are easily accessible to enable grain transactions to be quickly recorded.
Grain operations can be entered from the My Grain summary page which enables multiple sources to be selected. Grain management operations can be applied to multiple sources to reduce data entry time.
The following grain management operations can be recorded:
The process of 'Transferring' or 'Selling' multiple sources of grain can be summarised as a two stage process. The below example shows this process for a 'Sell' action that sources grain from both a storage location and from an available harvest.
Stage 1: Selecting the grain sources
Only grain sources that have common crop types can be selected. Once a crop type is chosen, the system only provides common grain sources to be available for selection. Once selected, the grain sources appear as orange highlighted rows (See image below). Click 'Next' to proceed to the following page to determine quantity and destination details for the action.
Stage 2: Selecting the grain quantity
After selecting the grain sources, a new window appears to enable you to determine how much grain you would like to select to fulfill the 'Transfer' or 'Sell' action. The quantity of grain available is shown as a dynamic slider bar representing quantity selected from available grain for that source. A 'Total Quantity' value summarises the total amount of grain selected (See image below). To finalise the operation, populate the remaining details and click 'Save'.
Clicking on the individual storage name or ‘Details’ menu provides a log of all grain management operations recorded for that storage location. These operations are listed in order of most recent to oldest to provide a current fill status for the storage location. Each grain operation is coloured light blue with a relevant icon to highlight the operation type. Storage operations can be added from both the summary page and the storage diary page to enable recording multiple and one-off storage specific operations. For each management operation listed, the main details are provided with the operation type. To view additional details, click ‘More’ to expand (See image below). Note the 'Transfer In' and 'Inspect Storage' operations have been expanded to show more details such as the sources for the transfer and grain quality details of the inspection recorded. Grain operations can be easily edited and deleted to maintain an accurate record of grain handling management operations.
The fill status graphic provides an overview of the storage’s current fill status showing tonnage stored, variety, crop type and grade (See image below). Details of the storage location are also visible and are easily edited and updated. Editing the physical location of grain storage’s is only done from My Farm through the Edit Farm process.
NOTE: All operations can be edited or deleted. Deleting a grain operation will reverse the effect of the operation which potentially could incorrectly change the current fill status. If you notice the fill stauts to be incorrect, use the 'Adjust' operation to manually adjust the fill status.
Keeping track of outgoing grain is important for determining quantities delivered and revenue received whilst maintaining the ability to self-audit and provide trace-back when required. The Contracts & Sales tab enables all grain sales and contracts in your ProductionWise account to be managed in one location. New Contracts can be generated and delivered and provides the ability for cash sales to be recorded. Any cash sales entered from the My Grain summary or storage diary pages are listed under Grain Sales, showing the most recent sale first.
Details of each transaction including crop type, grade, destination details, delivery date, quantity sold, price/tonne and revenue received are shown to provide easy access to relevant information of past sales. To view the sources relating to each transaction, click 'More' to expand the details to provide a full listing of grain sources.
The below image provides details of the Contracts & Sales tab showing how Undelivered Contracts are seperated from Cash or Contract Sales that have actually been accounted for.
Adding a Contract
New contracts can only be added from the Contracts & Sales page and can be recorded when a contract is negotiated and locked in or in a single process when delivery occurs. When recording a contract, the required fields need to be added prior to saving. Other contract details can be added at a later date to provide full flexibility to the grower (See image below).
ProductionWise enables contracts to be entered as they are determined at the start and throughout the season. Recording a contract sale is a two-step process.
STEP 1: A new contract needs to be generated from the Contracts & Sales page providing the ability to record the known details of the contract. The required details for the contract form are:
Other optional details that can be included in the contract are:
Once a contract is saved, it becomes visible as an ‘Undelivered Contract’ on the Contracts & Sales page highlighting specific details of the contract.
STEP 2: To finalise an Undelivered Contract, click ‘Deliver’ and new page will appear (See image below). This outlines the contract details and automatically provides available grain sources for the contracted crop type from either recent grain harvests or grain currently stored at a nominated location. When selecting the grain sources to deliver the contract, one or more available grain sources can be nominated and the sale quantity can be adjusted according to the sources used to fulfil the contract. An ‘External Source’ option is always presented to enable contracts to be delivered using grain that has been acquired off-farm. After selecting the grain sources, additional details are required to finalise the contract sale. If the ‘Total Quantity’ is less than or greater than the contracted tonnage, a safety check box of ‘Allow Under/Over delivery’ is required to be checked to ensure the user is aware the Total Quantity is different to the contracted amount. Delivered Grade automatically populates and the provisions for amending the delivered grade; price and date are available if adjustments are required.
Contracts can be finalised or 'Delivered' when the contract is recorded or when the contract delivery date is reached. Once a contract has been finalised, it will no longer appear in 'Undelivered Contracts' and will appear under 'Grain Sales'.
Editing/Deleting a Contract
Contracts can be edited or deleted at any time and should a finalised contract be deleted, it will re-appear back in the 'Undelivered Contracts' table. To remove a contract entirely from the system, it needs to be deleted from the 'Undelivered Contracts' table.
ProductionWise now enables grain vendor declarations to be easily generated through the My Reports page 'Export' button. Using a standardised template, the information added when recording paddock operations and grain storage operations can now populate the vendor declaration form to show specific inputs used on a parcel of grain. The purpose of the vendor declaration is to enable growers to accurately quantify the inputs applied to grain in the paddock or whilst in storage to provide detailed evidence of paddock and grain management practices used.
Not all fields in the template are pre-populated so additional details can be entered manually by the user to ensure all information is accurate and correct.
NOTE: Vendor declaration forms are saved locally to your device. They are not saved to your ProductionWise account.
The image below shows how the filters can be 'built up' to include a variety of selections.
The image below shows a generated vendor declaration form from the filter selections above.
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My Reports enables ProductionWise growers (and their advisors) the flexibility to report on operations and inputs for both paddock and grain storage information in a consistent and user friendly format.
Generating paddock operation/input reports is easy through the ability to query any operation and/or inputs for any Farm, Paddock, Crop Type, Variety, Operation Type, Material or Product within a date range you have entered in My Paddocks including planned operations (See Image Below). Multiple queries can be built to enable comprehensive reports to be generated for inventory useage, assessing the cost of operations between set dates, identifying when a product was last sprayed on a paddock to determine withholding period status etc.
Alternatively, grain storage reports can be generated from the operations/inputs that have been recorded in My Grain. Information such as Farm, Storage name, Crop Type, Variety or storage operation can be queried to generate a custom report. Both paddock and grain storage reports can be generated simultaneously.
The results from the search will be visible below in the Report Viewer ordered by Farm, Paddock and Operation Date. Users can print the reports, export to .PDF or .CSV spreadsheet format or send to an email recipient for further reference.
Ensure all paddock information is entered in My Diary as this data is sourced when an an operation report is requested from the My Reports page.
NOTE: Modify the selections in the Report Designer to further refine the report outputs
Users can manage their ProductionWise account settings through the My Account page on the left menu or using the link at the top of the page.
Account holders can;
When changes are made to any of the details, email notifications are automatically sent to the registered email address.
The Advisor Recommendations page allows growers to view and email recommendation reports created by their connected advisors. These reports contain observations or recomendations (or both) which were submitted to you by your advisor. The Current Recommendations Reports table displays a listing of all reports created by the growers advisor for the selected Farm (See Image Below). The table also displays details regarding each reports status including a tally of recommendations and how many have been actioned in the growers diary.
The Messages page allows users to send and receive messages from their linked advisor. New messages will be emailed to the user and displayed on this page for future reference. A number icon will be displayed next to the page name if there are outstanding unread messages the user has not viewed (See Image Below).
Users/advisors can start messaging or reply to their advisor/grower message when necessary.
The Crop TrackerTM page incorporates a variety of climatic, farm management and biomass information as well as the world recognised APSIM yield simulation model for any selected paddock on your farm displayed as a time line within a given season. The first chart provides information which includes paddock operations that have been entered in My Paddocks and overlaying selected climatic information for your farm. The second chart provides the biomass/Normalised Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) from actual satellite monitoring with APSIM yield predictions of the selected paddock and Production Year (See image Below).
GrainGrowers provides climatic information over any point in Australia to assist growers in making informed decisions on climate influences which ultimately play an intergral role in maximising farm productivity. With this in mind, the Crop TrackerTM page provides climate information over the selected farm for any Production Year back to and including 1984.
The Crop TrackerTM climate parameters offered at decadal (10 day) time period include:
Biomass or NDVI is determined by continuous satellite imagery monitoring and displayed as a decadal (10 day period) maximum for the selected paddock. NDVI is a measure of green vegetation reflectance from a surface using near-infrared and infrared bands. This parameter is an indicator of crop biomass, health and Leaf Area Index (LAI). Biomass is a measure in the range -1 to 1, typical values experienced when monitoring crop growth are:
APSIM yield simulations are generated for wheat, barley, canola and oats once a sowing operation is entered and updated when new operations and inputs are added to My Paddocks. The APSIM yield simulations are plotted on the second chart for the length of the growing season highlighted by the green window (See Image Below). APSIM yield simulations are automatically generated and updated as the season progresses. For previous years, the APSIM model will provide simulated yield predictions based on the climatic variables that were recorded, operations that were added and pre-season soil test nutrient analysis.
For more detailed information on APSIM, please see the APSIM Yield Model Help Item.
Enter a sowing operation and any associated inputs with an APSIM supported crop type, variety and grain purpose, pre season soil test into My Paddocks to trigger the APSIM yield simulation model to run.
As the season progresses, enter other operations and inputs as required to automatically re-trigger the APSIM yield simulation model. Users can view the range of APSIM yield predictions in response to additional climatic influences and farm operations.
Enter the required details to trigger the APSIM yield simulator and continue to record operations and inputs in My Paddocks as they are completed to generate the most accurate yield predictions throughout the season.
To view a different climatic variable in the chart, select the appropriate parameter from the climatic selection bar.
To change paddocks, select the appropriate paddock from the drop down list or click on the actual mapped paddock in the map viewer.
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APSIM (Agricultural Production Systems sIMulator) software is a modular modelling framework that has been developed by APSRU (Agricultural Production Systems Research Unit) in Australia. APSIM is internationally recognised as a highly advanced simulator of agricultural systems. It contains a suite of modules which enable the simulation of systems that cover a range of plant, animal, soil, climate and management interactions.
The APSIM Initiative is an unincorporated joint venture between the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), the State of Queensland, through its Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) and The University of Queensland (UQ). The APSIM model is in continual development with new capability added to regular releases of official versions over time. Its development and maintenance is underpinned by rigorous science and software engineering standards.
APSIM was developed to simulate biophysical processes in farming systems, particularly as it relates to the economic and ecological outcomes of management practices in the face of climate risk.
The implementation of APSIM into ProductionWise enables growers and their advisors to conveniently monitor and assess potential yield scenarios based on farm management practices and climatic influences throughout the season. The APSIM yield model uses farm specific integrated climatic data and paddock specific observations, operations and inputs to provide an accurate yield potential assessment that growers can use to make informed farm management decisions.
Within ProductionWise, the APSIM model runs independently of the PYCAL model.
To maximise the full potential of the APSIM model, the following paddock operations have the greatest effect on the yield predictions.
If you have added these details for your paddocks, you will be providing all that is required to generate the most accurate yield predictions.
To successfully run an APSIM simulation you must first obtain a pre-season soil test to a depth of 1 metre. The table below shows the required nutrients and sample depths for entering into the ProductionWise paddock diary soil test operation.
|Sample Depth||Nitrate Nitrogen (mg/kg)||Ammonium Nitrogen (mg/kg)|
|0 - 10cm||x||x|
|10 - 40cm||x||x|
|40 - 70cm||x||x|
|70 - 100cm||x||x|
Any soil sampling service/company that captures the above required information can be used to obtain quality soil tests.
Incitec Pivot provides a soil test option for testing only nitrate and ammonium, to request this test contact your local Nutrient Advantage accredited advisor and quote test code YP1H20.
CSBP also provides a soil test option for testing only nitrate and ammonium, to request this test contact your local CSBP representative.
All soil characterisation, soil moisture and climate data is provided to the model automatically, users are not required to provide any further data than the above mentioned annual soil tests and your daily paddock operations and inputs.
This component is done through the My Farm page.
Mapping your paddocks digitally (digitising) is the initial step and forms the foundation of the paddock diary entry and provides the necessary spatial reference to deliver climate and biophysical data for the model to run.
When setting up your farm with new or existing paddocks, users can determine which closest APSIM characterisation test (APSIM Soil Type) best defines the soil characteristics of each of your paddocks. To improve the accuracy of the model, users should select the most appropriate or 'closely related' soil type. This outlines a number of critical parameters including soil depth, plant available water capacity, pH and bulk density to run the model effectively. By default the closest APSIM Soil Type to your paddock will be selected (this may not provide accurate model outputs).
Simulations are triggered by entering/editing operations in the My Paddocks page.
To initially trigger a simulation, each paddock must have a sowing operation with the following fields populated;
Once a sowing operation has been entered for a paddock with the necessary selections, the APSIM model will trigger and begin the simulation.
The time taken to run the initial simulation (including climate data drilling) will be approximately 1 hour.
There are a number of actions in ProductionWise that trigger the APSIM model to regenerate simulations:
The time taken to update previously run simulations is approximately 5 minutes
There are a number of user actions which will STOP the APSIM yield model from running.
Results from the APSIM model simulator can be viewed in the Crop Tracker page only.
They will appear on the biomass chart displayed as a range of yield values (20th, median & 80th percentile) for each decade (10 day period) throughout the season.
As the season progresses with climate information automatically integrated and as operations are added to My Paddocks, new simulations will be calculated and visible on the Crop Tracker page (See Image below)
APSIM simulations can be run on paddocks that were cropped in a previous season also. Provided the APSIM supported crop type and variety are selected, simulation will reflect the operations entered into My Paddocks and the recorded climatic variables that occurred for the respective year.
The APSIM yield simulator is highly complex and generally requires a short amount of time to compute simulations. The time period from when simulations are triggered to a visible result can vary depending on the processing requirements.
Please be patient and continue checking the Crop Tracker page to see the updated simulations. A notification of the last simulation run is recorded on the top of the Crop tracker chart and also gives a status if the model is running.
APSIM simulation yield outputs are a dry weight, all simulations have been corrected to assume 12.5% grain moisture.
The simulations provided are by no means a definative reflection of end-of-season outcome. All simulations are indicative only and represent the best available predictions based on the information that is available to the APSIM model.
All APSIM outputs assume that best management practices are maintained to control weeds, pests and diseases as poor management of these biotic stresses are not factored into this model.
When entering Sowing information in My Paddocks;
Please ensure you have refreshed your Crop Tracker session by clicking on the Crop Tracker page in the left menu.
3. What are the biggest influencing factors on the APSIM model?
The model requires an appropriate APSIM soil type (Characterisation Test) to be selected to provide base soil parameters for the model to simulate from. See 'Phase 1' help details for more information.
A pre-sowing soil test to a depth of 1 metre per paddock is essential to set the initial nitrate nitrogen and ammonium nitrogen.
Record plant density for your crop through 'Add Observation' in My Paddocks to provide the model an accurate assessment of number of plants per square meter.
Ensure all operations and inputs per paddock are entered into My Paddocks as the season progresses. This will provide the APSIM model with critical information to determine the most accurate yield predictions are displayed.
No, the APSIM model is automatically driven from the daily spatial climate archive that underpins ProductionWise. The climate data is automatically 'drilled' for your farm location from national climate grids. This provides the model with a climate archive from 1955 of various climate variables for your given location.
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GrainGrowers generates a variety of climatic grids to enable fast and effective data analysis and query. This climatic data is sourced from the Bureau of Meterology as individual station observations collected since 1955 and processed using an internationally recognised computer algorithm for creating grid surfaces to enable 99% climatic coverage across Australia at 1 square kilometer resolution. The climate grids maintained by GrainGrowers are updated daily and additional time steps such as decadal periods (10 day summary) and derivative products are calculated to provide relative statistics according to all historic observations of a given parameter at any given location.
With a great deal of variation and seperation bewteen many meterological monitoring sites, GrainGrowers provides climatic information over any point in Australia to assist growers in making informed decisions on climate influences which ultimately play an intergral role in maximising farm productivity. With this in mind, the Seasonal Climate page provides climate information over the selected farm for any Production Year back to and including 1984. Users can view climatic data through chart, table or in an animated sequence of state scale maps by clicking on the or links.
The Seasonal Climate parameters offered at decadal time period include:
* The average plant available water capacity (PAWC) of the dominant soil type for your farm is determined once paddocks are digitised in My Farm. To view the dominant soil type and PAWC, go to My Farm and click button. Readily available water (RAW) is an additional soil moisture parameter displayed for your selected paddock along with PAWC. RAW is the readily available water in the root zone, calculated as a fraction of the PAWC that can be depleted from the root zone before moisture stress. RAW differs from one crop to another, normally ranging from 0.3 for shallow rooted plants at high rates of evapotranspiration to 0.7 for deep rooted plants at low rates of evapotranspiration.
ProductionWise uses the winter cereal threshold (RAW = 0.55 x PAWC).
The View Chart link displays the climatic information for the selected farm in two chart views. This is the default page for the Seasonal Climate page. The user can select the Production Year from the menu and view climatic details for that year (See Image Below). For example, the first chart displays the actual decadal (10 day period) rainfall values against the historical median for the given location. The second chart displays the decadal (10 day period) percentile rank of the rainfall value calculated by ranking all values (largest to smallest) in history (back to 1955) for the given location. For example, the rainfall value observed for the decadal period of mid May was 8mm and the percentile rank of this value 32% (See image Below). The median value (or 50th Percentile) in all history for this location for mid may is 14mm. Thus, for this location, for mid May, 68% of historic rainfall values were greater than 8mm.
No input is required on the Seasonal Climate Chart link.
To view charts showing different climatic parameters for your selected Farm, select the appropriate climatic parameter from the drop down list.
The View Animation link displays the selected climatic parameter in an animated sequence of decadal (10 day period) images. The animation displays all twelve months of decadal images from the most current complete decade. The state shown in the map corresponds to the location of your farm. The animation can be stepped through manually or played in sequence (See Image Below).
The animation maps provide state views of the following climatic parameters:
No input is required on the Seasonal Climate Animation link.
To view maps showing different climate parameters for your farm, select the appropriate parameter from the drop down menu.
The View Data link displays the climatic information as a table for the selected parameter. The table uses a decadal time step (10 day period) to display the actual value, percentile rank and median statistics for the selected parameter. If the current year is selected, the table displays the last 12 month period from the current decade. If an historical year is selected, the view displays only the selected complete year from January to December. Selected season total functionality allows you to define your own growing season rainfall or actual evapotranspiration total by clicking on the radio buttons that correspond to the start and end decades of your season. The total for the selected period is displayed at the bottom of the table along with the 12 month total. This functionality is not available for temperature or soil moisture parameters (See Image Below).
No input is required on the Seasonal Climate View Data link.
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Australia is widely known for its susceptibility to climate extremes and no other industry bares the consequences of these conditions like the grain growers of Australia. To provide relevant information at farm level, GrainGrowers implemented the internationally peer reviewed Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Combined Drought Index for Australia. This is now available as GrainGrowers Australian Drought Monitor.
Utilising GrainGrowers extensive national archive of high resolution spatial grids consisting of rainfall, temperature and normalised difference vegetation index (NDVI) data, the drought index is derived through the statistical comparison of how the present conditions (inclusive of the last 12 months) deviate from the multi-year long-term average for the same time period. Drought monitor grids on this page are produced at 1km resolution and updated every 10 days (decadal).
Drought index grids are produced nationally at a spatial resolution of 1km consistent with GrainGrowers suite of climatic and biophysical data provided in ProductionWise. As new source data becomes available, new Drought Index grids are generated every 10 days to provide a current drought status for your farm's location.
The Australian Drought Monitor in ProductionWise provides a farm specific view of drought severity for the last 12 months. The following table outlines the Drought Index values with the corresponding drought severity description.
|Drought Index Value||Drought Index Description|
|> 1.0||No Drought|
|0.8 - 0.99||Mild Drought|
|0.6 - 0.79||Moderate Drought|
|0.4 - 0.59||Severe Drought|
|< 0.39||Extreme Drought|
The following information is provided to monitor the index status and trend for any selected farm to enable proactive farm planning and management as conditions dictate (See Image Below).
Current Drought Index: Provides the most recent drought index value for your selected farm
Current Drought Description: Based on the table above, the corresponding description for the current drought index
Current Drought Trend: Provides an indication of drought trend based on the three most recent drought indicies. The slope of the arrow indicates the degree of trend change based on the values. The colour of the trend box is indicative of the current drought index trend.
Blue Trend Box: Indicates conditions are getting better i.e. wetter conditions and/or stabilising temperatures
Red Trend Box: Indicates conditions are getting worse i.e drier conditions and/or elevated temperatures
Drought Index Chart: Provides a 12 month drought status assessment of your selected farm to monitor the drought index variability and trends. Drought Indicies greater than 2 represent wetter than average conditions and are not shown on the chart.
Drought Index Map: Every 10 days, a new drought index grid is generated across Australia and is provided to spatially determine regions that are currently facing below average conditions. Your selected farm's location is highlighted by a pin marker on the map.
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GrainGrowers generates a medium to long term rainfall forecast outlook each month across Australia. Using an analogue years, numerical model derived through emperical procedures to synthesise Southern Oscillation Index (SOI) settings, Sea Surface Temperature (SST) conditions and probability distributions of rainfall under post 1955 conditions.
Rainfall forecasts are updated in ProductionWise approximately at the middle of each month.
The Rainfall Outlook page displays a table, image and chart of your farms forecasted rainfall for the next 1, 2, 3, 6 and 9 months. Three rainfall parameters are provided to assist with understanding of the forecast period;
Each of the forecast period parameters can be viewed at a National or State scale in the Rainfall Outlook Map. The state view is dependant on the state with which your farm is located. This provides a spatial view of the data for the surrounding areas of your location, state and across Australia. Your farms location is identified on the map shown by the pin.
No information is required on the Rainfall Outlook page.
To view a parameter associated with the Rainfall Outlook map, follow these steps;
The Yield & Production page is divided into two seperate views to assist users in comparing forecasted versus actual production and yield information and contractual status of grain position. All information displayed and analysed on the Yield & Production page is drawn automatically from data entered in My Paddocks and My Grain including any additional calculated outputs generated using complex agronomic models.
The Farm tab displays the Yield & Production table of your crops forecasted yield and production for each paddock on your farm. All paddocks can be viewed seperately or grouped together by crop type or variety to display average yield & production by selecting the desired view from the drop down list (See Image Below). Each column displayed can be sorted according to alphabetic order or largest to smallest by clicking on the column name.
No inputs are required on the Yield & Production Farm tab.
The Production Profile page displays crop specific performance and benchmarking indicators for farm management assessments. The tool is divided into three sections; Yield Profile table, Climatic Comparison chart and Long Term Yield Analysis chart. The purpose of this tool is to compare your farms average yield for the selected crop type against your Local Government Area (LGA) whilst comparing rainfall, crop available moisture (CAM) and water use efficiency (WUE) (See Image Below).
The Crop Type drop down box allows you to change the crop that is displayed in the tables and charts.
The Yield Profile Table displays the farm average yield for the selected Production Year and crop type along with the CAM and WUE calculated for that crop type. This same data is displayed for the LGA with which your farm is located in. To see the best performance of your LGA, the Best Year data is displayed and the year is shown to give users an idea of the historic maximum yield achieved at LGA region.
The Climatic Comparison chart provides the 10-daily rainfall assessment between your farm and the LGA year that the best yield for the selected crop type was recorded.
The Long Term Yield Analysis section provides users the abily to profile their yield history for the selected crop type against the reported LGA region value. a number of statistical metrics using yield data have been derived for both farm and LGA region to comparatively assess farm performance against LGA.
Long Term Yield Average (t/ha) - Farm average of actual yields of the selected crop type that have been entered into My Paddocks
Slope of Yield Trend (t/ha/pa) - Slope or rate of change each year for the line of best fit derived from a set of actual yields. Negative trend indicates yields are declining over time.
Strike Rate Trended Value (t/ha) - Potential yield corresponding to the last year after a line of best fit has been derived from a set of actual yields.
Yield Variability - Long term average yield divided by standard deviation of a set of actual yields. Zero indicates the same yield is achieved each year. Theoretical maximum is 1
The information displayed in the Yield History chart provides users with a graphical representation of the same data displayed in the table and assists with determining farm performance with respect to LGA performance.
As rainfall is a major contributing factor to production outcome, a farm versus LGA rainfall comparison is displayed to view changes in annual rainfall totals historically to 1984. This enables users to assess if rainfall received on the selected farm is greater or less than the received rainfall for the LGA. This can also be used to assess if your farms location within the LGA receives above, below or on-par with the LGA annual rainfall average (See Image Below).
To be able to view the Production Profile tool, you must provide a minimum of one harvest operation for a paddock in My Paddocks.
Only the crop types that have been recorded in My Paddocks for the selected year will be profiled on the page.
The more information added into the diary, the greater the benefit for assessing farm versus LGA profile comparisons.
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The Paddock View Gross Margin Analysis displays a gross margin template automatically populated with expenditure costs from My Paddocks such as operations, labour and inputs of the selected paddock for the selected Production Year and Season. Users can display an overall Farm View or Commodity specific view to assess total production costs and gross margin. A total operation and input cost is pre-calculated with the option of entering additional miscellaneous costs such as levies, end point royalties etc.
The Grain Harvest yield value for the specified paddock is based on the APSIM predicted yield (AUS only) and this is replaced by the actual yield once a grain harvest operation has been entered. Once a Forage Harvest or Grazing operations has been entered into My Paddocks, the yield is populated in the gross margin table.
Manually enter the price per ton (Grain or Forage Harvest) or livestock meat weight (Grazing Harvest) to calculate the generated income and see gross margin results.
For scenario planning purposes, manually change the yield and price to view the implications on the gross margin of different outcome scenarios.
The Farm View Gross Margin displays all information relating to income earned, expenditure on operations, inputs and miscellaneous items to assess whole farm cost of production and gross margins. The user can expand or collapse the various components to see all itemised entries. The gross margins per paddock can also be viewed in the map viewer as a colour coded overlay with dark blue to light blue colour ramp depicting highest to lowest gross margin indicating which paddocks are the most profitable.
The Gross Margin page is a decision support tool used to track the running costs of production during the season to help make informed operational and input decisions based on the current grain price and APSIM generated predicted yield.
All information displayed in the Gross Margin tables are exportable to spreadsheet format (.csv) for further use.
Prerequisites before using the Gross Margin Analysis page
Gross Margin Analysis - Paddock View Page
Gross Margin Analysis
NOTE: If a Grain, Forage or Grazing harvest operation has been recorded in My Paddocks, the yield associated with these operations will remain in the yield box. Users can manually enter values into the yield box however the recorded harvest yields will override the manually entered values once the page is closed. This rule also applies if the Grain Harvest yield box is populated with a value generated from the APSIM yield. The value can be manually changed however the APSIM yield prediction value will override the manually entered yield value.
The Settings page allows advisors to configure a reporting template detailing company logo, contact details and any other information in the header and footer fields. Advisors can also nominate additional email addresses which receive a copy of all reports created (See Image Below).
Advisors can setup the reports with their logo as either gif, jpg or png file type, as well as header and footer content. Use the simple formatting tools available to tailor the report header and footer content to your liking. If no content is placed in the footer field for example, this will not be shown in the report template.
Once the logo, header and footer details have been finalised, click the Preview Report button to view the changes made including styling, formatting and layout
Dashboard is the home page for a logged in advisor account. Advisors can view all connected growers and their associated farms in the Google Maps viewer or listed below the map. Farm overview details including name, grower, farm size, report status and last activity recorded are visible to quickly assess the status of each farm (See Image Below). To add a new report, view previously submitted reports or access the growers account, click on the farm name or click details.
The Farm Dashboard is visible once a farm selection is made from the Dashboard page. This provides the advisor the ability to view all the farms associated and manage recommendation reports for the selected grower.
The advisor has the ability to:
To return back to the dashboard to view all growers and farms, click on the Dashboard menu item.
Advisors can manage their grower connections through the Connections page. The Connections page shows the list of connected growers including farm address, phone and email contact details, date the grower last logged into their account and ProductionWise account type (See Image Below). Advisors can directly access a growers account by clicking the View Grower's Account option. To manage a grower, they must have a ProductionWise account setup. To setup a connection, both the grower and the advisor are required to accept any pending connections.
** Please note that a grower can only be connected to one advisor **
There are two ways an advisor can connect to a grower through the Connections page:
Growers have the ability to search for advisors registered to ProductionWise. Growers can connect to an advisor which sends a notification email to the advisor of the pending connection. In ProductionWise on the Connections page, a notification is displayed showing the number of pending connections outstanding.
Growers that are pending approval connections will appear on the Connections page under Growers Awaiting Approval. Advisors can 'Approve Grower' to gain full read/write access to their account or 'Deny Grower' to remove the pending request. An email will be sent to the grower notifying them that you have either accepted or denied the connection request.
Both advisors and growers have the ability to cancel their connections at any time. Once a growers account is disconnected, an email notification is sent to the grower alerting them of the change. All recommendation reports associated with the disconnected grower remain available to you through the Recommendations page.
To create a new recommendation report from the Farm Dashboard page:
Prior to submitting the report, any details on the report can be edited and updated.
Unsubmitted reports are automatically saved and can be submitted/edited/deleted at any time
Advisors use this page when they wish to create a paddock report.
The following details can be entered when creating a report:
NOTE: When an advisor submits a report with a plant density observation, this will trigger the growers APSIM yield model provided that the necesssary crop type and variety has been sown.
My Growers Page
The Recommendations page allows advisors to view all reports created for any Grower or Inspection Year. Advisors can View and Print all unsubmitted reports and Export to pdf or email any report that has been submitted. Clicking on the View button displays the full report details, clicking the Print Preview button displays the full report details in a printable format (See Image Below).
Recommendation Reports table filtering
Unsubmitted Recommendation Reports
Any report with an 'Unsubmitted' status can be viewed, printed, edited or deleted
Submitted Recommendation Reports
Any reports 'Submitted' can only be exported or emailed as PDF
ProductionWise is an integrated online farm management system that allows you to map your paddocks, record paddock management and grain handling practices and monitor crop development using the advanced paddock diary, Crop TrackerTM, Seasonal Climate and peer reviewed yield forecasting tools.
ProductionWise is a secure on-line platform developed by Grain Growers Limited that is continuously updated with biophysical and climate information Australia wide so users can track season-to-date climatic observations whilst simultaneously viewing short and long term rainfall forecasts to assist with forward planning decisions. Monitoring soil moisture is a key ingredient for determining ideal crop development throughout the season and is continuously updated across Australia in ProductionWise. Using an internationally recognised soil moisture model, GrainGrowers computes soil moisture over your farm in conjunction with recorded climate parameters to calculate maximum potential yield for your major cereal crops. With the implementation of the highly recognised APSIM yield simulation model, accurate yield simulations for crops throughout the season whist simultaneously monitoring crop development as the season progresses. All climate information is automatically populated into ProductionWise and no manual climate data entry is required alleviating the tiresome need to update climate information regularly from distant or irrelevant weather stations.
ProductionWise utilises unique multi-temporal and biophysical reference data spatially relevant to your farm with national coverage. This data is processed and stored securely and updated near-real time for;
There are three account types in ProductionWise
For either free or subscription account holders, the following limitations apply;
There are various levels of subscription depending on the size of the enterprise(s) being mapped in ProductionWise. All subscription levels give users full access to decision support functionality except for Add-on tools. The limiting parameter between the various subscription levels is the total arable area limit.
ProductionWise can be acceessed by any web enabled computer, laptop or tablet device. The site is currently not optimised for smartphone devices.
The ProductionWise Farm Manager App is a free 'Companion App' to the website enbling growers to enter paddock operations, inputs and observations in the field.
All information that is entered into ProductionWise is securely stored and only accessible via your account login details. For additional people such as your advisor to view your information, permission must be authorised accordingly.
Multiple Paddock Mode can be used for entering operations to two or more paddocks in the My Paddocks page. The information being entered in the diary must be the same for the selected paddocks.
The world reknown APSIM yield simulation model is now integrated into ProductionWise to provide highly accurate yield predictions throughout the growing season for each of your paddocks.
As a subscriber you will be able to receive yield simulations for wheat, barley, canola and oats by following these simple steps
Data can be recorded historically back to 1984. The more historical production and management data you record in the diary, the more you will benefit from ProductionWise.
PYCAL is calculated for wheat, barley and canola by determining a number of factors based on the paddock location and historical paddock management data entered in My Paddocks. ProductionWise 'data-mines' the corresponding crop available moisture (CAM) value for the dominant soil type attributed to your location along with the a default water use efficiency (WUE) per crop type value which is applied to the calculation. Every month when new rainfall forecasts are generated, the PYCAL target yield will be recalculated to include new rainfall predictions.
ProductionWise utilises the Google Maps interface as reference imagery for digitising paddock boundaries and locating grain storage sites. Occasionally, some areas across Australia are not updated as frequently as others therefore the imagery can often be out of date or show features which may no longer exist or have changed.
Yes. The ProductionWise 'Companion App' can now be used in offline mode enabling growers to enter paddock operations, inputs and observations when out of range. When the device comes back into range, users can simply sync their changes to their account. The app is available through the Google Play Store and the iOS App Store.
The Production Profile tool requires a minimum of one harvest operation to be entered through My Paddocks to begin assessing average farm yield variability per crop type as a timeline against your LGA.
The more years of historical farm data entered in the My Paddocks page, the more beneficial the Yield Profile and Long Term Yield Trend will be to assess long-term productivity. Comparing farm rainfall versus LGA rainfall historically will also enable users to assess if their farm location is situated favourably within the LGA.
Yes – Users can export information from the My Reports page and the Gross Margin Analysis page. Reports can be generated on paddock operations/inputs and grain storage operations which can be exported as either .PDF or .CSV spreadsheet format. Users can also print and email reports to a specified recipient.
Yes – Users who have an existing SprayWise Decisions account can access the SprayPlannerTM and recent/forecasted weather conditions over their farm(s). Alternatively, users can subscribe via ProductionWise by clicking the SprayPlannerTM Add-On tool.
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